There is no disputing that the Packard Motor Car Company enjoyed
their glory days in the 1920's and 1930's. Packard automobiles were
American luxury automobiles built by the Packard Motor Company of
Detroit, Michigan. The first Packard automobiles were produced in
1899, and the last true Packard left the assembly line in 1956.
Packard offered nine standard models in the Custom Eight Series for
1928, all riding on a 143-inch wheelbase and powered by a 383
cubic-inch straight-eight engine that produced 109 horsepower. This
1928 example is powered by a Chevy 350 V8 mated to a Turbo 400
transmission with a Chevy Rear End. It rides on 215 75 R15 wire
style wheels in the front and 235 75 R15's in the rear on wire
wheel style. The shifter positioned in place of the original shift
with a tall arm and Aluminum shift knob for easy access. The
overall look is of a 1928 Packard with the exception of the wire
style wheels and a little more throat up acceleration with the
needed power to moving. The exterior is a two tone paint scheme
with Creme and Brown offsetting a brown vinyl top.The original
Radiator Car and Winged Packard Mascot proudly in place. The two
large headlights with lower placed driving lights make for a
classic Art Deco appeal in overall design. The interior front bench
seat is beige with the rear being a brown cloth to match the
carpets. The privacy glass between compartments is in place. At the
rear is exterior covered and latched Luggage Box. Longing for a
ride in style then look no further. It can be seen in greater
detail including 100+ HD pictures and a HD video at
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